18V Li-Ion Recip Saw (FMC675B)

Features & Benefits

  • Fast cutting action of 3,000 strokes per minute with a 25mm stroke length for maximum user productivity
  • One handed keyless blade clamp mechanism for quick and easy blade change
  • Pivoting shoe allows for more comfortable cutting stance
  • Compact and lightweight ergonomic design for superior user comfort
  • Part of the 18V battery platform for maximum flexibility and optimum runtime
  • Battery and charger not included
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  • Specifications
  • Standard Equipment
  • Applications
Length (mm)370
Height (mm)195
Depth (mm)75
Voltage (V)18
Battery Capacity (Ah)N/A
No Load Speed (rpm)0 - 3,000
Weight (kg)2.05
Stroke Length (mm)25.4
18V Li-Ion Recip Saw
Powerful 18V Reciprocating saw providing efficient solutions for wood and metal installation, trimming and demolition applications

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9 out of 10


AU DIY-user
they are well made. My previous one still works after a lot of use
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 14 November 2019
Published on: 28 November 2019
8 out of 10


Waroona AU
Ease of use for bot my Wife and myself
Price a bit high
Confirmed purchase: 17 November 2017
Published on: 17 October 2019
10 out of 10


Ballarat AU DIY-user
Easy to handle, strong
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 27 March 2019
Published on: 11 April 2019
8 out of 10


AU Automotive
Not heavy
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 12 March 2019
Published on: 13 March 2019
8 out of 10


Auckland AU DIY-user
Light and easy to operate.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 02 March 2019
Published on: 03 March 2019